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An Analysis of the Representation of Women in Romantic Anthologies by Michelle Levy and Mark Perry
This is an analytical essay in which the author analyzes the representation of women in romantic anthologies. The author highlights the work of Levy and Perry who explore how canons are determined and how ideologies influence who is included in and excluded from anthologies. The author then suggests a strategy for making sense of the romantic canon and a new way to compile a romantic canon that is more inclusive of women writers.
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